So it's a relief to get back to my routine, where weekdays are for work and weekends are for play. The little indulgences I save for the weekends now are part of a pattern of enjoyment, not stolen moments consoling me during a packed schedule.
I get to knit with my daughter, play Wii with my son, and take some time for myself. There will be sports on the television, Arbor Day celebrations in the park, chat with Ravelry buddies, Sunday school, soda, chocolate, spending time with my husband, and sleeping in. That's the way weekends ought to be.